Something’s Up at the GISS

The GiSS, run by AGW advocate James Hansen, reported that October was the warmest October on record.

One slight problem– it wasn’t.  It was actually a carryover of September data of very hot Russian data.   Sattelites showed a much different story.

Climate Skeptic compares the two metrics.  The Russian carryover data should have been caught, esepcially after the huge uptick in temperatures.  Some people are a little too quick to claim dramatic warming– especially as the trends are on a steady decline.

GISS at least had the integrity to report the error— although they pretty much shrugged their shoulders as to why the error was not caught.

Others blogging: Hot Air.


1 Response to “Something’s Up at the GISS”

  1. 1 John A. Davison
    November 18, 2008 at 4:55 am

    Those who deny AGW will be scarce as hen’s teeth by the end of this decade.


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